Family Lineage Organization and Social Change in Ming and Qing Fujian
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456pp. February 2001
Family Lineage Organization and Social Change in Ming and Qing Fujian
Author: Zheng Zhenman; Translator: Szonyi, Michael;
This work is the result of more than a decade of research on the Chinese household and lineage in the southeastern province of Fujian during the Ming and Qing period (1368-1911). It offers new interpretations of the Chinese domestic cycle, the relationshi
"No scholar of Ming and Qing society will fail to find this excellent translation of value for both teaching and research." --Journal of Asian Studies, May 2003

"The translator has done an excellent job ... The material is extremely rich ... Thi

Author: Zheng Zhenman; Translator: Szonyi, Michael;
Zheng Zhenman is one of the leading social historians of late Imperial China. He is professor of history at Xiamen University. Michael Szonyi is assistant professor of modern Chinese history at the University of Toronto.



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